‘Me, Myself & I’, an uplifting piano house banger with a seriously catchy vocal hook, signifies that Blonde, the electro house duo, are officially back and better than ever. Featuring Bryn Christopher’s soaring vocals, a ‘90s throwback vibe, and a fresh and contemporary production, this track is set to top their previous hits, ‘All Cried Out’, ‘I Loved You’, and ‘Nothing Like This’. All it needed was a video to match...
Enter Jordan Rossi, director and important voice in the LGBTQ community, who teamed up with Blonde to make a music video focused on the power of the individual. Amazing characters with astonishing makeup, crazy outfits and even crazier dance moves all take centre stage in this feast for the eyes and ears. But with self-love and a celebration of uniqueness at the film and song’s core, this is set to be a dose of goodness for the soul too.
Starring Freida Slaves and Kitty Underhill, we watch these two fabulous figures get seriously glammed up while playing the song in the background for a musical pep talk.
Alongside this, a club gets into full- blown party spirit; building up to a catwalk / walk off, fit for the likes of ‘Paris is Burning’. And - spoiler alert! - this is where our main protagonists turn up and strut their stuff, showing us exactly who they are and what they are made of.
Appearances from the likes of Tayce, Venus Labido, Cara Melle, and the Blonde crew themselves fill the screen for a project teaming with inspirational and active figures.
When discussing the shoot Jordan said: “It was such an amazing project to work on, honestly it was as fun as it looks. Everyone let loose, gave it everything on the day and it shows on screen. To have the opportunity to showcase not only the LGBTQ community, but stories about body positivity and diversity is such a rare thing to have. I’m so grateful for the trust Blonde, management and the record label put in me.’
So, from Blonde, Jordan and their cast of amazing individuals, the message is clear... be yourself and happiness will follow. Don’t waste another second folx!